It’s summer, and on Earth that means bothersome insect bites. But astronauts escape from all that… don’t they?
In which I make hummus with buffalo worms, and we wolf it down for lunch.
[Header image: Tobias Maschtaler/Unsplash, CC BY-SA] Philip Donkersley, Lancaster University I study insects for a living, and…
How would we feed a million people on Mars? The only solution is Martian agriculture.
Every month for a year, the Menu for Mars Supper Club met at a New York restaurant, “gathering recommendations, suggestions and opinions from restaurateurs about what food they would prepare on Mars”.
Insects are a vital part of every ecosystem on land.